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... woman was decades before her time. She always lived independently but never did learn how to drive car. In to her 80's, Grandma Sig raised African Violets. She took out an ad in The Kitchen Klatter and soon she was walking her African Violets down to the Post Office and shipping them all over the Midwest. She had quite a mail-order business going!
Grandma Sig made the best coffee by boiling ...
... have more space for boots and bulky warm clothing. Pupils go out to play in all weathers, unlike in the UK. School lunches are of the serve yourself and help yourself variety with a good choice of hot lunches and salad and vegetables. There is no dessert with the lunch.
... you and grab on. Every one there just seemed to be there to dance and have fun, not to hook up with the most people.
Saturday we got up early to go out and see the town of Vasteras. We walked around all the small little streets and went down to the lake. We then headed to... IKEA! Can't go to Sweden and not make a stop at Ikea. Walking around the inside of Ikea was just as confusing as in Canada, if not more so cause all the ...
... cream. It is really good, but a tad sweet. Cinnamon buns are also very popular, but do not expect giant sized ones They are smaller, and usually have sugar granules on top. There are amazing chocolate covered cookies, that are also filled with a cardamom paste. Chokladbollar is a Swedish chocolate ball, with coconut. In the city my favorite bakery to date is Brynolf Bagare. ...
... time I had a home cooked meal, so it was such a treat!
Later in the evening Jessica's friend Gabbe came to say hello, and the three of us girls had more wine and talked about traveling, politics and all of us being in the U.K next year. After some coffee and kanelbullar, we said goodnight to Gabbe and then Jess and I crawled into bed- so nice to be in a real bed as opposed to weeks in a hostel!